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2012, vol. 9, iss. 4, pp. 261-275
Western Balkans between political and economic integration and interior disintegration
aMegatrend University, Faculty of Business Studies, Belgrade
bUniversity of Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy, Institute for Sociological Research

emailsdedjanski@megatrend.edu.rs
Keywords: security; economy; interethnic tensions; Western Balkan
Abstract
The Western Balkans is burdened with a number of historically-based internal (national and religious) and external (geopolitical) contradictions. They are connected to the growing socio-economic tensions, generated by numerous systematic deviations. Due to everything that was said above, the Western Balkan still remains a European 'powder keg'. To prevent its, sooner or later, explosion and rise of a growing various social - erosive processes in the countries of the region - the further strengthening of organized crime and national tensions - we need thoughtful, comprehensive solutions in the field of regional policy cooperation and reconciliation. But they will be effective and permanent only if they are the product of true compromise, not imposed or conditioned from aside. We must be conscious of the fact that the key for good regional political relationships, which are conditions of economic progress, exist in countries of our area. Further, we mustn't forget historical basis of the problems. Without that we can't resolve them.
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published in SCIndeks: 22/03/2013

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